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and the corporate sponsorship of sex, and dana del, the executive director of spark. what we showed so far was tame compared to some of the other things that were on that show. amanda you wrote in slate, you said that's not that big of a deal, we should try not caring. i think she has the right to do whatever she wants, but shouldn't parents care. this was -- a lot of young kids were watching this. >> that's the point of pop music, isn't it? to be raunchy, press buttons, and be sexy fun and clever. >> but there is a lot that isn't that way? >> yeah, but miley cyrus wants a larger more adult audience. she wants the 16 and up crowd, and they want the raunchy stuff. >> but do you have to get as raunchy as this was, now we're seeing some of the more extreme things, and that was just a part of it. this went on for quite a while. >> i thought the performance wasn't even that sexy, because does. >> it was more vulgar than sexy. >> yeah, she was trying on dance form that she is not even very good at. it's called twerking, and we have to accept that the whole point of this dance muse sick to let lose and ha
this week is dana rohrabacher. he has responsibilities for issues involving russia and also looks at emerging threats. after the big decisions about u.s./russian relations in the summit, we thought it important to speak to him. let me introduce our reporters, guy taylor. blake houshell is the deputy editor of politico. >> my first quonestion is about what seems to be topic a this week. the russia subject you are deeply interested in and know a lot about. i am sure you are aware of the news that the white house decided to cancel this upcoming summit meeting between president obama and vladimir putin. i wanted to get your take. i know you have a different view than some in your caucus. >> i think our relation with russia is vital to our own national security. i would say the peace of the world. we have two major threats that we have to deal with if our people are to be safe. one is radical islamic terrorism, which is at our throat right now and murders our people. they wish they could murder as many of us as they could. the other threat is an emerging china that is an incredibly tot
we should mention, you heard dana mention benghazi, we're come can go up on the one year anniversary of that attack. very much on the minds of the president's security team. you recall the u.n. ambassador was confirmed over in the senate. she's the final piece of the top level puzzle for the president's new national team. this weekend this will be a big test for that new team. >> thank you very much as well as dana, chris and jill. we'll be following these travel warnings throughout the afternoon and this hour. >>> edward snowden spent his first night in relative freedom with american friends in moscow. this was the first few hours outside the airport. this is since late june. he was on the run from u.s. charges of being a spy. he continues to be. phil black is in moscow where he talked to snowden's lawyer. >> reporter: it's the face of a very happy man. the first images show him smiling broadly as he walks out of airport six weeks after he arrives. his location is a secret but his lawyer says snowden is staying with people who got in touch, reached out online and offered to help him
like fox news dana perino. jim. >> rodeos, every president is always made fun of. they are the subject of ridicule. this is the height of achievement, to be made fun of by the rodeo clown, is actually success. this is a big deal if you get made fun of by the rodeo clown, you have made it. >> exactly. i mean nobel paez peace prize, meh, first black president, what else. but there is no higher honor than having a clown run around a dirt arena wearing a grotesque mask of your face while the announcer asked the cheering crowd who wants to see this guy trampled? and yes, barack obama has not thanked the rodeo clowns. i guess i shouldn't be surprised. he never seemed grateful when the tea party honored him with those charly chaplin mustaches. nation p if you know me, you know i love burning fossil fuels. and so does my pet lawn mower. and these days i can burn carbon to my heart content because america is enjoying a new golden age of flamm able. >> there are 36,000 fracking wells in this country. thousands more open up every year. the price of natural gas has dropped 86% from its high in 200
: rocky mountain mike for some reason has decided to combine turtle sex, dana loesch, cody the screaming dog and barry white. why not? >> because he can. ♪ >> stephanie: that's weird. [dana loesch screaming] >> wow. >> like having sex with mitch mcconnell. >> stephanie: where's cody? there he is. wow! wow! >> okay. >> stephanie: this is saying something but of all of the weird things rocky mountain mike has sent us, that's the weirdest. >> that's the weirdest. ♪ let's hear it for the boy ♪ let's give the boy a hand >> stephanie: wow! all right then. so i knew -- [ ♪ "nbc nightly news" ] yesterday on "meet the press," what do you call it? gregory, noted tool says does this mean that edward snowden has won? okay. >> yes, he's won fabulous prizes! >> stephanie: right. >> a lifetime supply of borsch maybe. >> stephanie: the president obviously -- and again, we've said this over and over again. should stuff be looked at, yes. but the president said exactly what i thought. >> obama: i don't think snowden was a patriot. as i said in my opening remarks, i called for a thorough review of
. >> stephanie: no, because it's attach today the hat. dana in maryland. good morning, dana. >> caller: good morning. just about what karl is talk about, and i'm so glad it is getting traction, because it is such a human right's issue. and, you know, i saw greg louganis talking about it yesterday -- >> stephanie: he made a big splash, i heard. >> see what you did there. >> stephanie: look at hitler -- >> stephanie: yeah, he started with the gays and the gypsies. >> caller: yeah, i love our athletes and support them to, but i'm with karl, i think there's plenty of time to make backup arrangements. >> the parallels between the olympics and berlin and now are horrifying. >> stephanie: about everybody said hitler will never go that far. >> yeah, and hitler said we'll get the jews in, but just don't make a big stink about it -- >> stephanie: yeah. >> and that's what is going on with the gays today. >> stephanie: yeah, just hush about being gay. i know you tried to drag jim into the hitler thing, and you got nothing. just like i gotting so with greg louganis making a big splash. really? nothing da
strings. >> a lot to talk about with david gergen, chief white house correspondent jessica yellin and dana bash. jessica, we heard the president make this a promise that it's going to become more transparent. he says it was already happening before the snowden leaks. but is that really realistic? >> well, as you point out, wolf, he did say that he wanted more transparency back in may. he said that. that was right before edward snowden's first leak was in june. so his assertion is that the snowden leaks just sped up a process that was going to happen any way. well, we also have to take a bigger look at the big picture, which is did snowden actually lead to these new safeguards he put in place? we know that two democratic senators have been calling for more transparency and even reforms for more than a year now. sn when the head of the intelligence community went before congress, he's admitted now that he was less than truthful in talking about them. so that was all before snowden. would this have happened without snowden? we can't know, the train has left the station, but it does seem to ha
of the inmates where he would get true swift justice. >> i want to get to dana. i got to tell you. the women on twitter are outraged. men are, too. >> what i could see today was a universal sickening. i agree that this is evil. and there is really one way to root it out of the system is to keep him away. i guess the ultimate justice comes later at the end of his life but he does not deserve to live. >> he doesn't. if there was ever a case that calls out for a death penalty and exterminating this scum it is this case. i would have a hard time as a prosecutor not to go forward with it and the only reason is to spare the three young women the torture of going through it again. amanda berry is trying to protect her little girl to not talk about it. >> can i make one point here? for those of you used to "the five" being meticial s. he did that thing with the teleprompter. why do you get that? >> when you do that many horrible things to children. >> who do you look at me? >> the time adds up. they are stacking the charges and running it consecutively instead of concurrently. that should shock peop
with us. have fun shopping. please don't go away, we will be back with more news in a moment. here is dana gregory with a look at what is coming up on "meet the press. co. --." >> the president tries to convince a skeptical public of their needs. i talked with the chairman of the house homeland security committee, mike mccall, to get an analysis on the broader subject. we will go in depth to focus on the growing number of sexual assault in the military and what needs to be done to stop it. numbers of both parties agree there is a problem and there may be some proposed reform coming this week. will it quite the debate? i talked to the -- i talk to key lawmakers on the issue. >> there is a live look outdoors from the skycam. so nice to see the blue skies peeking out behind the clouds. he had a lot of cloud cover over the city this morning. not that is retreating down toward the south. you are still going to have some clouds in place for today. he may even have to talk about raindrops. that may be the last thing you want to hear. airport, 78 at the downwn, still cooler in the northern suburbs
, as opposed to the nsa surveillance program. dana, what is the reaction on capitol hill? i know the lawmakers are in recess, on vacation, the president is going on vacation tomorrow but we saw what speaker bayner said, suggesting the president was concerned about saving face than defending the programs. >> that's right. look, i mean, this is kind of the one issue or few issues, i should say where republicans are supportive of the president. this nsa program they say has been helpful and they have been kind of his biggest cheerleaders on this while the democrats, many of the democrats, as jessica was just talking to, leading liberal democratic senators have been maybe the most vocal in terms of criticism. this changed that a little bit. but one thing i would say about peter king, one of the lawmakers you were talking about, he said the president is on an apology tour. that illustrates the flight within the republican party because peter king, as you know is making noise about being president and he's trying to push the wing of the republican party that is more hockish against those on the repu
, the robin thick song. he wants to know when did dana lohse become a backup singer. you know. [ laughter ] ♪ >> announcer: stephanie miller. >> stephanie: all right. [ applause ] >> stephanie: you could alternatively put a boinking turtle in there. oh, no. [♪breaking news theme] >> stephanie: dozens of gay couples began tying the not in minnesota. as you know, every straight couple ever is so romantic. [♪ romantic music ] >> stephanie: it's a perfect love story. a tennessee woman is accused of hiding meth in her dentures so she could pass it to her would-be husband in jail. she planned to marry an inmate and inquired as to how she would be able to kiss him. after an officer noticed she was having trouble keeping her dentures in place, they investigated and found a package of meth. >> that is true love. >> stephanie: and that is love. would you smuggle meth in your dentures for somebody? i mean come on. that is love. >> no. >> stephanie: all right. speaking of love. this is actually a question. robert -- let's see, writes, steph, i have a problem which i thought you would be able to
's go to capitol hill. dana bash is standing by. even before the president has spoken, tan ndana, some republi already starting with some preemptive reaction, shall we call it. >> reporter: that's right. it's going on so far in private in conversations that i've had with some republicans here on capitol hill. the nsa surveillance program is one of the few areas where you've actually seen republicans agree with the president. think that this program is the right thing to do for american security. so expect republicans to say that they're concerned about what jessica reported, widening the transparency of this program. because they say the problem isn't the program, it's the way the president has communicated about it or maybe the better way to say it, has not communicated about it. i think you're going to see some criticism, maybe skepticism on the republican side. the whole question, though, is what democrats are going to do. because they have been probably the most vocal critics of this program. particularly those on the left. you have senators like mark udall of colorado. i just spok
♪ >> should the mannings stick to football? good night from washington. with bob beckel, david webb, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." well, he was the only person jailed after terrorists stormed our consulate on 9/11 in benghazi, despite having nothing to do with the attack. the filmmaker has given a new interview, and he says he wants the world to see the truth about islamist extremists. but first, the terror attack that killed four americans. >> we have seen rage and
to see more movement on this whole issue? >> i certainly hope so. another of karen's colleagues, dana priest, has chronicled how pathetic the congressional oversight is of the intelligence machinery of the country and i think this report continues to show that. what is disturbing to me about this report and karen raised with the issues of the various typos is how powerful algorithms are. when you're punching in data and so much is digitized the accident flow that comes out of these areas. a book by jim risen called "state of war," to connect that to that there was the -- showing our contacts in iran that were disclosed to the public because of another kind of similar error. so i think that we need to get in and see congress really review its own oversight of these bureaucracies. >> you put in 202 versus 20 that could result in what it did, it boggles the mind for the possibilities here. thank you both so much for coming on. have a good weekend. >> you too. >>> 2016 is being called the year of the presidential woman. hillary clinton in particular. big conference about to convene this m
, he both -- lost both of them from both sides of the aisle. this week on "newsmakers," we had dana rohrabacher, who chairs the foreign relations committee on europe, eurasia, an emerging threat. he offered up his views on russia and the u.s. canceling that meeting between putin and obama. [video clip] it is imperative we have a good relationship with russia. yet we have this administration -- many republicans as well -- pushing russia away, still thinking about russia as it was during the cold war. this is no good for the cause of peace, and no good for us. >> russia is hosting edward snowden, who u.s. officials have said is the most damaging leaker in american history. i think what mr. snowden did, by alerting the american people to over surveillance on the part of our own government of our population, to call him a traitor -- he was being loyal to the rest of us by letting the american people know that their government was getting out of hand. host: that was congressman dana rohrabacher, republican of california. he serves as a member of the foreign affairs committee. you can see
. representative dana roarbacker, republican of california, completely dismissed global warming as a plot to institute global government. he responded to barbara boxer's comments about the recent slew of wildfires being the result of global warming, which is . . . probably true. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: he was talking to the newport tea party, just so know you, global warming is a total fraud. at the state level they want the federal government to -- and at the federal government they want to create global government to control all of our lives. [♪ dramatic music ] >> and next galactic government. >> stephanie: right. it's the death star. and global warming is bad strategy in spades. our freedom to make choices on transportation and everything else, that has to be made by a president who by the way probably comes from nigeria. [ applause ] >> stephanie: dana roarbalker has been -- >> stephanie: nigeria, which in case you hadn't noticed is -- >> black. >> stephanie: i don't know if you just need to get more crazy to fit in -- >> i guess so. good god. >> not crazy enough
was the voice of god? dana howard, the voice of god. thank you, dana howard. we will be hearing from peter lee. herb schwartz, the regional director of the health and services representing the obama administration in our region. bagarcia. to ben honor it is for me here with them because i know of their leadership and their work. of small and founder business majority -- without him it would be impossible to pass the affordable care act act. thank you for your tremendous work on that. [applause] and wendell, my senior health policy advisor resource to all members of congress, house and senate, and to the administration, on health policy. what does wendell think is what we say all the time about this issue. that is what we all find out. thank you, wendell, for being here. [applause] as america's first health inketplace, we take pride that, covered california is leading the way in establishing a bright and healthy future for the golden state by making sure uninsured,s well as californians find plans that --t their needs and their that suit their needs and their pocketbooks. i say this plan is for
. >> all right, dana, i have a feeling many updates for you throughout the morning. we'll check back in. >>> joining us now with reaction and sort of deep thoughts on this breaking news, dan rather and anchoring manager, thanks for bringing some breaking news to us. i'm just kidding. >> i'd love to take credit for it. >> what are your thoughts on this, on this nsa leak situation broadly, but especially this latest breaking news. they've threatened for a while that edward snowden is going to try to get out of the airport and try to find even temporary asylum in russia. now it's happened. that's not good for a u.s./russia diplomatic relations. >> sthere wasn't much they coul do about it. but the important thing about this in terms of international relationships is that the united states under the obama administration some time ago said they wanted to reboot relationships with russia, get things better. things have, in fact, gotten worse to the point now but this setback. that's the overall framework of what's happening. this does not look good for the obama administration. they'll have th
to acknowledge members of congress who are here including susan davis, darrell issa and dana rohrabacher. now, i've got to tell you the truth. i've been looking forward to this visit because -- this is a little tricky to say this. but my family and i, we've got a special place in our hearts for the marine corps. now, part of it is because every day at the white house, we're surrounded by marines. in fact, we probably got some folks here who were at the white house who are now here at camp pendleton. see? i figured as much. then, of course, every time i need to -- kind of a hop, skip and a jump somewhere, every time i get on marine one, i rely on some of the best aviators in the world. i've seen your honor. i've seen your courage. i've seen your commitment. whether in protecting our diplomatic posts around the world or preparing to deploy to iraq or afghanistan or recovering from wounds received in battle. you know, a few years ago, you gave a great camp pendleton welcome to my wife, michelle. and i know it's not as exciting when i come to visit, but she says hi. i guess i'm kind of like that arm
hillbillies can learn. dana says in a country where shows like duck dynasty and the kardashians are huge hits is the deen king poll results hard to believe? you can chime in at twitter at bpshow. >> bill: they are hard to believe. there's some iconic figures you would think like george washington. abraham lincoln. martin luther king jr. put him up there. paula deen? michael's calling from chicago. hey, michael. >> caller: hey, bill, how you doing today? >> bill: i'm good. what do you think about this? >> caller: well, you know, i have some family from the south and you know, i think one of the things that's going on here you know, i don't think the data necessarily represents or gives a full picture. paula deen reminds me of my aunt and my mom and just like my aunt and mom, they say a lot of stupid things that i wish they wouldn't have and they're embarrassing but you still love them anyway. i think what we're overlooking in the south is you know, we're talking about a people who -- sometimes the outrageous from xenophobic to we know who -- we identify with. paula deen in georgia, that's her
be running for the air lock, but... stephanie: all right, let's go to dana in maryland, you're on with john. hello. caller: hi, good morning, everybody. >> good morning. stephanie: extra stress. caller: i have walking pneumonia, i'm not trying to flirt. >> that's what you say. caller: sounding this -- i know, i'm lying through my teeth. so i just wanted to say about rand paul, you know, is it going to get testy during interviews, don't hang out with people who wear spiter man costumes with confederate flags. if they're going to get testy and upset and people think you're a racist because you are, this is who you associated with, this is who your father associated with. captain somebody, but he's getting testy in these interviews and swearing in the interviews. i always thought they had to be sort of humble, and, you know, friendly. southern avenger. stephanie: there it is. by the way, this just in, ed from pennsylvania reminds us those are maggots on top of ron paul's head. they're trying to get at matter inside. >> that's very insulting to that poor ewok that died there. stephanie: john in
wouldn't shut down because of a battle over health care. dana bash is watching what's going on, getting reaction to the news conference. is this really what the republicans are threatening to do, shut down the government to try to kill obama care? >> reporter: some are absolutely. i spoke with ted cruz, the republican senator for texas. he said before leaving for recess that he believes if th is the most critical, fundamental time for republicans to make good on their promise to appeal obama care by making this threat that the government is going to run out of money by the end of september and they're not going to vote on funding it unless obama care is defunded. and he's taunting fellow republicans saying they're scared, that's why they may not go his way. but they really are split. he's spending all of august with petitions and trying to push republican leaders to go forward on the strategy. but even the most fiscally conservative republicans are saying for many reasons this is not the best way to go. if you take obama care out of this, there are still questions about how republicans
obama. up next, "newsmakers" with california congressman, dana rohrabacher on u.s. russia relations and al qaeda's continued threat abroad. then the second annual family leadership conference with remarks by rick santorum and donald trump. after that, president obama's speaking to disabled in orlando, florida. with aq and a" washington post investigative >> our guest this week is dana rohrabacher. he has responsibilities for issues involving russia and also looks at emerging threats. after the big decisions about u.s./russian relations in the summit, we thought it important to speak to him. let me introduce our reporters, guy taylor. blake houshell is the deputy editor of politico. >> my first quonon
begins at 7:00 a.m. eastern time on c-span. >> california congressman dana is our guest this week on news makers. he is the chair of the foreign photographers subcommittee. he discussion the u.s.-palestinian peace talks, russian relations and places like yemen and afghanistan. >> some people say well if we cut the military at least we won't have the temptation to go fight as much. and if the japanese want to fight over the isles against the chinese, let them do it. we are better off santiago out, and if we have a smaller military, we will be disinclined to get involved. if you look at historically when we fight and don't, i don't see a correlation of higher defense budgets and greater likelihood of intervening. the world wars began when we were unprepared. if we fast forward to the ragan years, in many years the ragan years, people can correct me if they wish afterwards or whenever, but the ragan years are still seen as the golden years of american defense policy because we billion up the budget and didn't really use the military. support that wonderful? i am not saying it was all ronald
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